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Game Of Thrones, Breaking Bad, Arrested Development, Veep And Others Earn SAG Nominations
The nominations for the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced today. As you may have surmised by the title, these awards celebrate excellence in acting as presented by the Screen Actors Guild (aka SAG). This year’s nominations put Behind the Candelabra stars Michael Douglas and Matt Damon up against one another, and the same for Top of the Lake’s Holly Hunter and Elisabeth Moss.
Sons of Anarchy's A Mother's Work: The Series' Best Season Finale To Date
No one watches Sons of Anarchy for the conversations; they watch it to see the members of SAMCRO get into hectic situations where the endgame is never clear. Tonight’s “A Mother’s Work” managed to cram both meaningful and tense talks and devastating action into its nearly two-hour timeframe, with more than enough tense dialogue and blood to last another season. I haven’t been able to close my mouth properly since it ended
Nelson DeMille's Plum Island Headed To TV, Aaron Eckhart Eyed For John Corey
Author Nelson DeMille has a number of great recurring characters, but the witty, occasionally cocky detective John Corey may be the most memorable of the bunch, so it stands to reason that we’d see the character on the big or small screen sooner or later. As it happens, it’s looking like Corey is TV-bound, as Demille says he’s secured a deal with Lionsgate to adapt Plum Island for the small screen.
Agents Of SHIELD Episode 10 Watch: The Bridge
Agents of SHIELD is really starting to hit its stride. After setting up the Centipede plot earlier in the series, the show took a step away from that for a bit and focused on some stand-alone episodes, which have given us time to get to know the characters. The series is on better footing now, and the winter finale seems like the right time to go back to the overall arc, which could prove to be the driving force of the second half of the first season.
NBC Planning Another Live Musical Production, We Request Bye Bye Birdie
Whether or not you liked The Sound of Music Live!, there’s no arguing that the musical’s live broadcast was a ratings hit for NBC. With more than 18 million viewers tuning in to watch the three-hour live telecast, it’s no surprise that NBC would want to do it again next year. In fact, we speculated as much when we shared the ratings news last week, and NBC’s Robert Greenblatt has since confirmed that the network is planning another live production for next year’s holiday season. I want it to be Bye Bye Birdie, but we’ll get to that in a minute.
White Collar, Psych, Suits Return Dates Set, Denis Leary's Sirens Gets A March Premiere
USA is lining up their winter premieres and returns, and that includes start dates for the return of Suits, White Collar and Psych, as well as the debut of their new half-hour comedy from Denis Leary, Sirens. Suits will return Thursday, March 6 at 9/8c, after which Sirens will premiere at 10/9c. As for Psych, the beloved series will be back for its eighth season on Wednesday, January 8 at 9/8c.
Portlandia Returns February 27 And It Is Chockablock With Guest Stars
The dream of Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein is alive on IFC starting February 27. That's right, curio collectors, Portlandia is back, and the ode to all things nineties and homemade is bringing through a veritable cavalcade of guest stars — twenty-five, to be exact — to usher in the funny and absurd nature of the Pacific Northwest's crafty crown jewel. Musicians, actors, and even the occasional basketball player or two will be on hand to skewer (with love!) the town most noted for its unwavering commitment to staying weird.
AFI Awards Honor Breaking Bad, Masters of Sex, Veep, And More As Best Of 2013
The American Film Institute’s official selections for the 2013 AFI Awards have been announced, and the television selection proves that 2013 was a truly stellar year for the small screen. The list, which includes 10 of the year’s most outstanding television series as well as 10 equally-as-impressive movies, was selected by a panel of highly impressive judges.
The Sing-Off Highlights: Fun. Medley, What Makes You Beautiful And More
The Sing-Off is back! It only took a few notes from the start of the opening number — a Fun. medley performed by all of the competing a cappella groups — to remind me why I love this series. There’s nothing quite like the sound of great voices coming together for a good song. Unaccompanied by any other instruments, a cappella really has a way of making an overplayed song sound brand new.
Bonnie & Clyde Is Headed Onto Blu-ray And DVD Next Month
The gun-toting protagonists in Bonnie & Clyde managed to intrigue over 9.8 million viewers when the miniseries premiered across three networks on Sunday night. It’s unusual for a miniseries to announce a Blu-ray and DVD release before the project has finished its run, but Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is capitalizing on the current popularity of the TV event.
Community Season 5 Trailer Teases Jeff's Return
Community Season 5 spoilers ahead! The new trailer for the anticipated fifth season of Community plays like a movie trailer, complete with a sad look at Joel McHale’s Jeff Winger losing it all, as movie people tend to do, before he becomes the center of a Scrubs-like overhaul on the series — this, according to Abed’s description — and returns to Greendale to educate. The student becomes the teacher.
Take A First Look At Vikings Season 2 In History's New Promo
Over the course of its first season, Vikings made The History Channel a viable name in original programming. Although the network is pushing miniseries over original series with its latest scripted orders, History wisely renewed the period drama for a second season, and we’ve finally gotten a first teaser for the new episodes, which are expected to hit the schedule in February of 2014.
Bonnie & Clyde Part 1 Earns Big Numbers For Lifetime, History And A&E
Don’t mess with Bonnie & Clyde! The numbers are in and the first part of the A+E miniseries secured itself 9.8 million viewers spread out over the three networks that aired the TV movie. Of A&E, Lifetime and History, it was History that came out on top though not by a drastic margin. The second part of Bonnie & Clyde will air tonight.
Californication Will End After Season 7
On Monday, Showtime announced that doors will be closing for the network’s long-running program, Californication. The cancellation is not effective immediately. Way back in January, Showtime announced the series would be returning for a seventh season, earning a renewal order alongside House of Lies and Shameless. Now, it turns out Season 7 will actually prove to be the drama’s final 12 episodes.
First Image From Late Night With Seth Meyers Reveals Premiere Date
We’ve known for quite some time that Seth Meyers is transitioning from SNL into late night talk with a brand new program at NBC. That program will roll with the apt name Late Night With Seth Meyers, and now we’ve gotten the first promotional image from the talk series.